First Regulation On The Implementation Of The Federal Immission Control Act

Original Language Title: Erste Verordnung zur Durchführung des Bundes-Immissionsschutzgesetzes

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First regulation on the implementation of the Federal Immission Control Act (regulation on small and medium-sized combustion plants - 1st BImSchV) 1st BImSchV Ausfertigung date: 26.01.2010 full quotation: "regulation on small and medium-sized combustion plants by January 26, 2010 (BGBl. I p. 38)" *) the obligations arising under the Directive 98/34/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 June 1998 establishing an information procedure in the field of technical standards and regulations and of the rules for the services of the information society (OJ L 204 of the 21.7.1998, p. 37), most recently by Directive 2006/96/EC (OJ L 363 of 20.12.2006, p. 81) is has been modified to comply.
Footnote (+++ text detection from: 22.3.2010 +++) (+++ official note of the standard authority on EC law: consideration of EGRL of 98 at the 34 (CELEX Nr: 398 L 0034) +++) input formula on the basis of § 23 paragraph 1 in conjunction with § 48 b and of section 59 of the Federal Immission Control Act as amended by the notice of September 26, 2002 (BGBl. I S. 3830) the Federal Government enacted after consultation with stakeholders and respecting the rights of the Bundestag : Table of contents section 1 General provisions § 1 scope article 2 definitions article 3 fuels section 2 firing systems for solid fuels section 4 General requirements section 5 combustion installations with a nominal heat output of 4 kW or more section 3 oil and gas firing system article 6 General requirements article 7 oil firing system with evaporation burners § 8 oil furnaces with atomization burner section 9 gas furnaces § 10 limitation of exhaust gas loss § 11 oil and gas furnaces with a thermal output of 10 MW to 20 MW section 4 monitoring § 12 measuring opening section 13 measuring devices section 14 monitoring new and substantially modified furnaces § 15
Recurring monitoring § 16 compilation of results section 17 self-monitoring § 18 monitoring of oil and gas furnaces with a thermal output of 10 MW to 20 MW section 5 common provisions article 19 leakage conditions for gases section 20 display and evidence of section 21 further requirements of section 22 approval of exceptions section 23 accessibility standards § 24 offences section 6 transitional provisions article 25 transitional except for firing systems for solid fuels, single combustion plant room section 26 transitional arrangements for single room furnaces for solid fuels section 27 transitional arrangements for chimney sweeps work after 1 January 2013 section 7 final provisions § 28
Entry into force, expiry of Appendix 1 (to § 12) measurement Aperture system 2 (to article 5 paragraph 1, paragraphs 7, 8, 10, 14 paragraph 4, article 15 paragraph 5, § 25 paragraph 2) requirements on measurements in operation Appendix 3 (to section 2 number 11, § 6) determination of the degree of use and the nitrogen oxide content under test conditions annex 4 (to section 3 paragraph 5 number 2, section 4, paragraph 3, 5 and 7) , Section 26, paragraph 1, sentence 2 number 2, paragraph 6) requests during the type test section 1 General provisions article 1 scope of application (1) this Regulation applies to the establishment, the nature and operation of combustion plants, which require no approval under section 4 of the Federal Immission Control Act.
(2) sections 4 to 20 and §§ 25 and 26 are combustion plants, which can be operated according to the State of the art without a facility for the disposal of the fumes, especially infrared radiant heaters, 2 furnaces, which are intended not for 1) to dry goods through direct contact with hot exhaust gases b) to bake food by direct contact with hot exhaust gases or in a similar way to prepare , c) brandy in small distilleries according to § 34 of the law on the spirits monopoly in the in the Federal Law Gazette Part III, outline number 612-7, adjusted version published recently by article 7 of the law of December 13, 2007 (Federal Law Gazette I S. 2897) is has been modified with an annual operating time of no more than 20 days to produce or d) to produce hot water in bath stoves unless , they are subject to the scope of § 11, 3. combustion plants, of which under the circumstances is expected, that they be not longer than during the three months following the operation, operated in the same location.

Article 2 definitions in this regulation the following definitions shall apply: 1. exhaust gas loss: the difference between the heat content of the exhaust gas and combustion air heat content based on the calorific value of the fuel.
2. condensing boiler: heat generator, where the heat of vaporization of the water vapour contained in the exhaust gas due to its design is harnessed by condensation.
3. single combustion plant room: furnaces, mainly used for the heating of floor space, as well as stoves with or without indirectly heated back device;
4. emissions: the air pollution coming of a combustion plant; Concentration values refer to the exhaust gas volume under standard conditions (273 k, 1 013 HPA) after deducing the moisture content of water vapour;
5. combustion system: a system which by burning fuel produces heat. Fireplace include the combustion plant and, where available, facilities for the combustion air supply, connector and exhaust Setup.
6 combustion heat performance: the heat content related to the lower calorific value of the fuel of a combustion plant in continuous operation per unit of time; to run
7 substances used wood-preserving agents: in the handling and processing of wood the biocidal effect against wood-destroying insects or fungi and wood-staining fungi; In addition, substances to reduce the flammability of wood;
8 core of the exhaust gas flow: the part of the exhaust stream, which has the highest temperature in the cross-section of the exhaust channel in the area of the measurement opening;
9 natural wood: wood that has been exclusively mechanical processing and not more than only insignificantly with pollutants contaminated was used;
10 nominal heat output: the highest of the combustion system in usable given the continuous amount of heat per unit of time; the firing system for a nominal heat output range is set, so the nominal heat output is fixed within the limits of the nominal heat output range set and indicated on a supplementary plate highest usable heat output; without additional shield, the highest value of the rated heat output range; considered nominal heat output
11 efficiency: the ratio of the heat content can be used given a combustion plant thermal energy to the combustion plant with the fuel-run based on a heating period with fixed heat demand frequency distribution according to annex 3 number 1;
12 open fireplace: fireplace for solid fuels, can properly open operated unless the fireplace not only for preparing food;
13 reason: individual firing furnace room as heat storage stove from mineral materials, craft used on the spot;
14 oil derivatives: heavy volatile organic substances, which are reflected in the determination of the soot number on the filter paper;
15 smoke spot number: the key figure for the darkness, October 1986, causing the emissions contained in the exhaust gas in determining soot number 51402 part 1, output ACC. to DIN; Scale for the darkness is the optical reflectivity; a decrease of reflectivity 10%; corresponds to an increase of the soot number of 1
16. significant change: a change to a combustion plant, which can substantially change the nature or quantities of emissions (a significant change occurs regularly at a) transition a combustion plant on a different fuel, unless the firing system is already set up for individual fuel usage, b) replacement of a boiler.
17 existing combustion equipment: furnaces, which have been built prior to March 22, 2010.

§ 3 fuels (1) may be used only the following fuels in combustion plants referred to in § 1: 1 coal, not bad luck-bound coal briquettes, coal coke, 2. Brown coal, lignite briquettes, lignite Coke, 3. burning peat, pellets from burning peat, 3a.
-Charcoal, Grill charcoal briquettes to DIN EN 1860, September 2005 issue, piece 4 natural oak including on bark, particularly in the form of firewood and wood chips, as well as sticks and cones, 5 natural not piece of wood, in the form of sawdust, shavings and dust, as well as bark, 5a.
Painted, varnished or coated wood, it incurred remains as far as any wood preservatives are applied or included as a result of treatment and coatings contain no halogen organic compounds or heavy metals compacts made of natural wood in the form of wood briquettes to DIN 51731, Edition October 1996, or in the form of wood pellets to the fuel requirements of the DINplus certification program "Wood pellets for use in the small fireplace according to DIN 51731-HP 5", August 2007, issue as well as other wood briquettes or wood pellets made of natural wood with equivalent quality, 6 , 7 plywood, chipboard, fibreboard or wood or glued and it incurred remains, insofar as no wood preservatives are applied or included as a result of treatment and coatings contain no halogen organic compounds or heavy metals, 8.
Straw and similar herbal substances, easy rather than food cereals as cereal grains and broken grains whole cereals, grain stripping, corn husks corn stalk residue, and pellets from the aforementioned fuels, 9 fuel oil (heating oil EL) according to DIN 51603-1, August 2008 issue, and other light heating oils with equivalent quality, as well as methanol, ethanol, natural vegetable oils or vegetable oil methyl ester, 10 gas of public gas supply, natural gas or petroleum gas with comparable levels of sulphur and liquefied petroleum gas, or hydrogen , 11 sewage gas with a volume content of sulphur compounds up to 1 per thousand, indicated as sulphur, or biogas from agricultural, 12 coke oven gas, coal mine gas, steel gas, blast furnace gas, refinery gas and synthesis gas with a volume content of sulphur compounds up to 1 per thousand, indicated as sulphur, as well as 13 other renewable raw materials, insofar as they comply with the requirements of paragraph 5.
(2) the mass content of sulphur which 1 and 2 mentioned fuels must number in paragraph 1 do not exceed 1 percent of the crude substance. With coal briquettes or the brown coal briquettes this requirement is satisfied when using special pre-treatment, generally limiting of the emissions of sulphur dioxide in the flue gas is ensured.
(3) you must only be used 1 number 4 to 8 and 13 listed fuels in paragraph in combustion plants, if its moisture content below 25 percent relative to the dry or Darrgewicht of the fuel. Sentence 1 shall not apply for automatically loaded combustion plants designed according to the manufacturer for fuels with higher moisture contents.
(4) briquettes fuel referred to in paragraph 1 point 5a to 8 and 13 must be manufactured using binders. Binder from starch, vegetable stearin, molasses and cellulose fibres are excluded.
(5) fuel within the meaning of paragraph 1 No. 13 must meet the following requirements: 1 for the fuel standard quality requirements must be, 2. the emission limit values is required according to annex 4 paragraph 2 under test conditions, no higher emissions of dioxins, furans, and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons may 3 in the use of the fuel in the operation as of wood combustion. This must be demonstrated by an at least one annual measurement program at the combustion plant type intended for use, 4th in the use of the fuel in the operation the requirements can comply with according to § 5 paragraph 1; This must be proven by an at least one annual measurement program at the combustion plant type intended for use.
Section 2 firing systems for solid fuels section 4 General requirements (1) firing systems for solid fuels may be operated only if they are in a good technical condition. They may be operated only with fuels according to § 3 para 1, they are suitable for their use according to the manufacturer. Construction and operation have to set according to the specifications of the manufacturer.
(2) emission limits refer to a volume content of oxygen in the exhaust gas of 13 percent.
(3) single combustion plant room may be operated only for solid fuels, with the exception of basic stoves and open fires are built from March 22, 2010, when the fireplace kind of single combustion plant room by checking the manufacturer's type can be allocated, that, under test conditions, the emission limit values and the minimum efficiency requirements are complied according to annex 4.
(4) open fireplaces may be operated only occasionally. Number 4 or compacts in the form of wood briquettes according to § 3 paragraph 1 may be used up in them only natural oak of piece of according to § 3 paragraph 1 point 5a.
(5) basic stoves, which are built and operated after 31 December 2014, are after the State of the art to equip with downstream facilities to reduce dust. Sentence 1 shall not apply to facilities where compliance with the requirements as follows is detected EN 13229/A1, October 2005, after annex 4 No. 1 to stove heating inserts with filling furnaces according to DIN: 1. If a measurement of a Schornsteinfegerin or a chimney sweep applying by analogy with the provisions of annex 4 paragraph 3 at the beginning of operation or 2 during a type test of prefabricated fire space by applying the provisions of Appendix 4 number 3 (6) the downstream facilities to the Dust reduction is allowed only under paragraph 5, if their suitability has been established by the competent authority or if there is a pattern approval. The aptitude test and the approval be omitted, provided under the building regulations-legal rules on the use of construction products the Immissions requirements are met.
(7) combustion plants for that in article 3 paragraph 1 number 8 and 13 referred to fuels that are built from March 22, 2010, may be operated only if for the furnaces type checking of manufacturer showing that under test conditions, the requirements of the emission limit values are complied according to annex 4, paragraph 2.
(8) the operator of a hand-loaded combustion plant for solid fuels has consulted after the installation or after changing the operator within one year with regard to the proper operation of the heating system, the proper storage of fuel, as well as the special features when dealing with solid fuels by a Schornsteinfegerin or a chimney sweep in connection with other chimney sweeps work to let.

§ 5 firing systems for solid fuels with a nominal heat output of 4 kW or more, excluding single combustion plant room, combustion installations with a nominal heat output of 4 kW or more (1) are to build and operate the mass concentrations determined in accordance with Annex 2 must not exceed the following emission limit values for dust and carbon monoxide (CO): fuel according to § 3 paragraph 1 nominal heat output (kW) dust (g/m3) CO (g/m3) level 1 : Plants, erected from March 22, 2010 be ≥ number of 1 to 3a 4 ≤ 500 0.09 1.0 > 500 0.09 0.5 number 4 or 5 ≥4 ≤ 500 0.10 1.0 > 500 0.10 ≥ 0.5 point 5a 4 ≤ 500 0.06 0.8 > 500 0.06 0.5 number ≥ 6 to 7 30 ≤ 100 0.10 0.8 > 100 ≤ 500 0.10 0.5 > 500 0.10 ≥ 0.3 number 8 and 13 4 500 0.02 ≥ 0.3 number 8 and 13 ≤ 4 120 400 120 > 400 185 2 when using gas public gas supply: nominal heat output (kW) emission in mg/kWh ≤ 120 60 > 120 400 ≤ 80 > 400 120.
The possibilities to further reduce the emissions of nitrogen oxide by combustion-technical measures, after the State of the art are to exploit.
(2) boilers with a nominal heat output of more than 400 kilowatt may only be used in oil and gas furnaces for heating buildings or areas with water as the heat transfer medium, which are built or significantly modified by Exchange of the boiler from March 22, 2010, as far as can be occupied by a certificate of the manufacturer that their level of use under test conditions determined according to the procedure of annex 3 number 1 is not less than 94 percent.
(3) the requirements referred to in paragraph 2 for boilers with a nominal heat output of more than 1 MW as a met, insofar as he does not fall below 1 determined boiler efficiency 94% according to the procedure of annex 3 number.
(4) for boiler-burner units, boilers and burners that have been manufactured in a Member State of the European Union or in another Contracting State to the agreement on the European economic area, the content of the exhaust gas nitrogen oxides can be determined by way of derogation from paragraph 1 even after the procedure according to annex 3 paragraph 2 equivalent procedures, in particular according to a procedure laid down in European standard.

Oil furnaces with evaporation burners oil firing system with evaporation burners are § 7 way to build and maintain that 1 which according to the procedure of annex 2 section 3.2 the soot number 2 does not exceed calculated darkness through the dust emissions in the exhaust gas, the exhaust after the test performed according to the procedures of annex 2 point 3.3 free of oil derivatives are 2., 3. the limit values for exhaust gas losses according to § 10 paragraph 1 are met and the carbon monoxide missions one 4. value of 1 300 milligrams per Not exceed kilowatt hour.
For installations with a nominal heat output of 11 kilowatts or less, that have been built before November 1, 1996, must not be exceeded by way of derogation 1(1) the soot number 3 by set.

Oil furnaces with oil furnaces with atomization burner atomization burner are section 8 to build and maintain that 1 which according to the procedure of annex 2 section 3.2 the soot number of 1 does not exceed calculated darkness through the dust emissions in the exhaust gas, the exhaust after the test performed according to the procedures of annex 2 point 3.3 free of oil derivatives are 2., 3. the limit values for exhaust gas losses according to § 10 paragraph 1 are met and the carbon monoxide missions one 4. value of 1 300 milligrams per Not exceed kilowatt hour.
For installations that have been built up to October 1, 1988, in the area referred to in article 3 of the Unification Treaty until October 3, 1990, 1 number 1 must not be exceeded by way of derogation from set the smoke spot number 2, unless the equipment have been changed considerably after these times or be substantially changed.

Section 9 gas furnaces (1) for combustion plants, number 9 operated regularly with gas public gas supply and more than 300 hours a year with heating oil EL in the sense of article 3, paragraph 1, an emission limit value for nitrogen oxide of 250 milligrams per kilowatt hour shall apply during operation with heating oil EL for all temperatures exhaust.
(2) gas furnaces are to establish and maintain compliance of the limit values for exhaust gas losses according to § 10 paragraph 1.

§ 10 limitation of exhaust gas losses (1) oil and gas furnaces are allowed which according to the procedure of annex 2 number 3.4 flue gas losses calculated for the fireplace the following percentages do not exceed: nominal thermal output in kilowatts limits for exhaust gas loss percentage ≥ 4 ≤ 25 11 > 25 ≤ 50 10 > 50 9.
Can an oil or gas firing system, which is equipped with a boiler, which the requirements of Directive 92/42/EEC of 21 May 1992 on efficiency with liquid or gaseous fuels automaticturnkey new hot-water boilers (OJ L 167 of the 22.6.1992, p.17, L 195 of the 14.7.1992, p. 32), the last by Directive 2008/28/EC (OJ L 81 of the 20.3.2008, p. 48) is changed, met on the efficiency of the boiler, the exhaust gas loss limit pursuant to sentence 1 on the basis of the type of the boiler are not respected shall be set higher by 1 percentage point, if the boiler in the Declaration of conformity referred to in article 7 (2) of Directive 92/42/EEC as standard boilers according to article 2 of Directive 92/42/EEC and is marked with a CE mark referred to in article 7 (1) of Directive 92/42/EEC.
(2) oil and gas furnaces, where the limit values for exhaust gas losses cannot be met under paragraph 1 on the basis of their intended functions, are to build and operate, they correspond to the State of the art of the process or of the respective type.
(3) paragraph 1 shall apply single combustion plant room for 1 with a nominal heat output of 11 kW or less and 2 furnaces, which are used at a nominal heat output of 28 kilowatts or less exclusively the Dhw.

§ 11 oil and gas furnaces with a thermal output of 10 MW to 20 MW (1) single combustion plant for liquid fuels pursuant to § 3 paragraph 1 number 9 with a thermal output of 10 megawatts to less than 20 megawatts the emissions of carbon monoxide are derogation only built from sections 6 to 10 and operated, if 1 the emission limit of 80 milligrams per cubic metre of exhaust gas , 2. the emissions of nitrogen oxides, indicated as nitrogen dioxide, the emission limit value of a) 180 milligrammes per cubic metre exhaust gas in boilers with an operating temperature below 110 degrees Celsius, b) 200 milligrammes per cubic metre exhaust gas in boilers with an operating temperature of 110 to 210 degrees Celsius, c) 250 milligrammes per cubic metre exhaust gas in boilers with an operating temperature of more than 210 degrees Celsius, with heating oil EL according to § 3 paragraph 1 No. 9 respectively calculated on a nitrogen content in the fuel oil EL of 140 milligrams per kilogram, and 3. that based on an oxygen content of 3 per cent, do not exceed the soot number of 1, at paragraphs 1 and 2 exhaust gas opacity as half hourly average value.
(2) single combustion plant may gas public gas supply, natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas with a thermal output of 10 megawatts to less than 20 megawatts are by way of derogation from articles 6 to 10 just built and operated, if 1 carbon monoxide emissions specified the emission limit of 80 milligrams per cubic metre of exhaust gas and 2. oxides of nitrogen as nitrogen dioxide, the emission limit value of a) 100 milligrams per cubic metre exhaust gas in boilers with an operating temperature below 110 degrees Celsius in gas , b) 110 milligrams per cubic metre exhaust gas in boilers with an operating temperature of 110 to 210 degrees Celsius in gas, c) 150 milligrams per cubic metre exhaust gas in boilers with an operating temperature of more than 210 degrees Celsius at natural gas and d) 200 milligrammes per cubic metre exhaust with use of other gases, relative to an oxygen content of 3 per cent, as the half hourly average values do not exceed.
(3) for single combustion plant, regularly operated fuel referred to in paragraph 2 and not more than 300 hours in the year fuel referred to in paragraph 1, an emission limit value applies during operation with a fuel referred to in paragraph 1 for all temperatures nitrogen oxides of 250 milligrams per cubic metre of exhaust gas.
Section 4 monitoring section 12 measurement opening, the operator of a combustion plant, for which according to the § are prescribed 14 and 15 measurements by a Schornsteinfegerin or a chimney sweep, to produce or provide a measurement opening, that meets the requirements according to annex 1. A heating system has several connectors, is a sampling point in each connection pieces to set up. In other than the cases referred to in sentence 1, the operator at the request of the competent authority has to allow the manufacture of a sampling point.

§ 13 measuring devices (1) must measurements for determining the emissions and the exhaust gas loss using measurement procedures and measurement equipment be carried out which is the level of metrology.
(2) the measurements shall according to §§ 14 and 15 with suitable measuring devices. The measuring equipment is considered to be suitable, if they have passed an aptitude test.
(3) the used measuring devices are twice a year to review by known given a competent according to national law office.

§ 14 monitoring new and substantially amended, and article 19, paragraph 1 and 2 prior to the installation of a Schornsteinfegerin or a chimney sweep compliance combustion plants (1) who has built from March 22, 2010 or substantially modified combustion system for solid fuels operator to be detected; the finding can be made also in connection with other chimney sweeps work.
(2) the operator of a from March 22, 2010 built or significantly modified combustion plant requirements are set for that in section 3, paragraph 3, article 4, paragraph 1, 3 to 7, article 5, § 6 paragraph 1 to 3 or in sections 7 to 10, has to determine compliance with the respective requirements of four weeks after the commissioning of a Schornsteinfegerin or a chimney sweep.
(3) paragraph 2 does not apply use of liquid fuels with a nominal heat output of 11 kW or less for 1 single room combustion plant for the, 2. combustion installations with a nominal heat output of 11 kW or less, which serve only the domestic hot water heating, 3. combustion plants, which used methanol, ethanol, hydrogen, biogas, sewage gas, coal mine gas, steel gas, blast furnace gas or refinery gas, as well as furnaces, in which natural gas or petroleum gas at the extraction site used be , 4. combustion installations that are set up as condensing boilers, 10 (4) the measurements are with regard to the requirements of section referred to in paragraph 2 perform during normal operating hours of a combustion plants according to the annex 2. About the result of the measurements, as well as on the implementation of the monitoring activities referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 the Schornsteinfegerin or the chimney sweep has to issue a certificate according to annex 2 number 4 and 5 the operators of the heating system.
(5) a review results referred to in paragraph 2, that the requirements are not met, the operator has to remedy the lack of and by a Schornsteinfegerin or a chimney sweep a replay to determine compliance with the requirements to have. The chimney sweep craft law of November 26, 2008 (Federal Law Gazette I S. 2242) in the currently valid version shall remain unaffected.

§ 15 recurring monitoring (1) the operator of a combustion plant for use which in article 3 paragraph 1 number has 1 to 8 and 13 referred to fuels with a nominal heat output of 4 kW or more, excluding single combustion plant space, complying with the requirements of article 5, paragraph 1, and article 25 paragraph 1 sentence 1 from the dates referred to in these regulations shall, once in every second calendar year of a Schornsteinfegerin or a chimney sweep measurements to be detected. Within the framework of the monitoring pursuant to sentence 1 is the compliance with the fuels according to § 3 paragraph 3, to check article 4, paragraph 1, and article 5, paragraph 2 and 3.
(2) the operator of a single combustion plant room for solid fuels has to make the request to verify the compliance with article 3, paragraph 3 and article 4 paragraph 1 relating to the regular fireplace show by the local master chimney sweep.
(3) the operator of an oil or gas heating system with a nominal heat output of 4 kW or more, for which requirements are set in paragraphs 7 to 10, once compliance with the respective requirements 1 in each third calendar year with plants whose commissioning or substantial amendment number 16 is back according to § 2 (b 12 years) and less, or 2.
Once in every second calendar year at plants whose commissioning or substantial change according to § 2 paragraph 16 point (b) is more than twelve years, by a Schornsteinfegerin or a chimney sweep measurements to be detected. By way of derogation from sentence 1 has to let the operator of a facility with self calibrating continuous regulation of the combustion process that once determine compliance with the requirements in each fifth calendar year by a Schornsteinfegerin or a chimney sweep measurements.
(4 built gas furnaces with wall connection do not apply) paragraphs 1 to 3 1. combustion installations pursuant to § 14 paragraph 3 and 2 before January 1, 1985.
(5) paragraph 4 and 5 apply accordingly § 14.

§ 16 compilation of the measurement results of the local master chimney sweep logs the results of measurements according to §§ 14 and 15 at closer direction of the Guild for the chimney sweep craft the competent national Guild Association. The National Guild associations for the chimney sweep craft create overviews of the results of measurements for each calendar year and submit these statements in the context of the legal obligations of the guilds for the chimney sweep craft of top country authority responsible for the pollution or the competent national law until April 30 of the following year. The competent central Guild Association of chimney sweeps craft created a corresponding cross-border overview for each calendar year and submits them to the Federal Ministry for environment, nature conservation and nuclear safety until 30 June of the following year.

§ 17 self-monitoring (1) the tasks of the Schornsteinfegerinnen and the chimney sweep and the district chimney Sweeper according to the paragraphs 14 to 16 to combustion plants of the Bundeswehr, as far as the implementation of the Federal Immission Control Act and the regulations based on this Act pursuant to section 1 of the Ordinance on installations of the national defence of 9 April 1986 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 380) Federal agencies, is perceived by the competent administration. These places tell the perception of self-monitoring country authority responsible for the enforcement of this regulation each locally and the local master chimney sweep.
(2) the bodies referred to in paragraph 1 set the certificates according to § 14 paragraph 4 as well as the information according to § 16 sentence 1 to the responsible administration. Instead of the sweeping book, she maintains similar records.
(3) the competent management creates national summaries of the results of measurements according to §§ 14 and 15 and communicated within the time periods according to § 16 sentence 2 and 3 these Supreme Land authorities responsible for the pollution or the competent according to national law and the Federal Ministry for environment, nature conservation and nuclear safety.

Article 18 monitoring of oil and gas furnaces with a thermal output of 10 MW to 20 MW (1) the operator of a single combustion plant, built from March 22, 2010, for the use of liquid fuels pursuant to § 3 paragraph 1 No. 9 with a thermal output of 10 megawatts to less than 20 megawatts has to equip it before with suitable measuring devices by way of derogation from sections 12 to 17 , which continuously measure the exhaust gas opacity, and register. The measuring equipment must reveal 1 compliance with the smoke spot number.
(2) the operator of a single combustion plant has referred to in paragraph 1 by one by the Supreme authority of the country or by the competent national law for known given calibration point measuring devices after paragraph 1 certify the proper installation of and to calibrate the measuring facilities within three months after commissioning and review at the latest after one year on the functioning. The operator must leave no later than three years after the last calibration repeat calibration. The operator has the certificate of the proper installation, the reports on the result of the calibration and testing the functioning of the competent authority within three months after implementation to present.
(3) on the evaluation of continuous measurement of exhaust gas opacity, the operator has to a measurement report to create or to leave and to submit within three months after the end of each calendar year of the competent authority. The operator must keep the measurement reports five years from submission to the authority.
(4) the operator of a single combustion plant has Notwithstanding sections 12 to 17 pursuant to section 11 for carbon monoxide and oxides of nitrogen at the earliest three months and no later than six months after known given the commissioning of a pursuant to section 26 of the Federal Immission Control Act to verify compliance. The operator must repeat the test pursuant to sentence 1 after a substantial change and the rest at intervals of three years.
(5) during the test according to paragraph 4, three individual measurements are required. These are, if technically possible, perform at different load levels (low -, medium -, and full load). The result of each single measurement is as half hourly average value.
(6) the operator of a single combustion plant has a measurement report on single measurements pursuant to paragraph 4 or create to allow and to submit to the competent authority within three months after completion of the measurement. The measurement report must contain information on the measurement planning, the result, the measuring methods used and the operating conditions, which are for the assessment of the measurement results of importance. The operator must keep the reports for five years from submission to the authority.
(7) the emission limit values is considered to have been complied with, if not a result of a single measurement exceed the respective emission limit value under paragraph 5 pursuant to section 11.
(Section 5 common provisions article 19 leakage conditions for gases (1) the outlet of chimneys at firing systems for solid fuels, which are built or substantially modified as of March 22, 2010 must 1 at roof pitches a) including 20 degrees the first at least 40 centimeters overtop or be at least 1 meter away from the roof surface, b) by more than 20 degrees the first at least 40 centimeters overtop or any horizontal distance from the roof of at least 2 metres and 30 Centimeters have;
2. for combustion plants with a total heat output tower over the top edges of vents, Windows, or doors to at least 1 metre up to 50 kilowatts in a radius of 15 metres; the district increased ever more 50 kilowatts prisoners to to 2 meters up to not more than 40 metres.
(2) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 the height of the outlet gas and oil furnaces with a thermal output of 1 MW has 10 MW 1 to tower over the top edge of the roof ridge to at least 3 meters and 2 to be at least 10 metres above ground.
For a roof pitch of less than 20 degrees, the amount of outlet on a fictitious roof ridge is to obtain, the amount of which is calculated on the basis of a roof pitch of 20 degrees. Set does not apply 1 point 1 for combustion plants in hot forming operations, used wind control surfaces fan.
(3) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 are the exhaust gases of combustion installations pursuant to section 11 of one or more chimneys to derive the amount under the provisions of the technical instructions to clean of air by July 24, 2002 (GMBl 2002, p. 511) is calculated.

Section 20 has display and evidence of (1) the operator of a combustion plant according to § 11 displays this the competent authority no later than one month before the operation.
(2) the operator of a combustion plant has to take care, that the evidence of the implementation of all activities carried out by a Schornsteinfegerin or a chimney sweep at the local master chimney sweep will be sent. The local master chimney sweep has to enter the work performed in the sweeping book.

Article 21 further requests the authority of the competent authority, to meet others or further arrangements, on the basis of §§ 24 and 25 of the Federal Immission Control Act remain unaffected.

Section 22 approval of exceptions the competent authority may request exceptions to the requirements of articles 3 to 11, 19, 25 and 26 admit, insofar as they lead to an undue hardship in individual cases due to special circumstances by an unreasonable expense or in any other way and not to fear adverse environmental impacts are.

Article 23 accessibility standards DIN, DIN EN standards as well as the VDI guidelines, referenced in this regulation have been published at the Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin,. In article 3 paragraph 1 point 5a called certification program for wood pellets can with DIN CERTCO, society for conformity assessment mbH, Alboinstraße 56, 12103 Berlin, are involved. The DIN, DIN EN standards, the VDI guidelines as well as the certification program for wood pellets are archive terms secured laid down at the German patent and trade mark Office in Munich.

Section 24 offences any person in the sense of article 62, paragraph 1 is number 7 of the Federal Immission Control Act, who intentionally or through negligence other than the listed fuels uses 1 contrary to article 3, paragraph 1, a heating system operates 2. contrary to article 4, paragraph 1, sentence 2, paragraph 3 or paragraph 7, a heating system not properly built 3. contrary to article 5, paragraph 1, section 7, section 8 or section 9, subsection 2 or operates incorrectly , 4.
Fuels other than the designated thereon combustion plants or companies is contrary to § 5 paragraph 2 or paragraph 3, 5. contrary to § 6 paragraph 2 uses a boiler in a combustion plant, 6 contrary to article 11, paragraph 1 or paragraph 2 built a single combustion plant or operates, 7 contrary to § 12 sentence 3 not allowed making a test port, 8 contrary to § 14 paragraph 2, article 15, paragraph 1 , 2 or paragraph 3 or article 25, paragraph 4, sentence 1 or set 2 determine compliance with a referred request not or not timely can be, check not or not timely or not or not timely monitoring allows, 9 contrary to section 18, paragraph 1, sentence 1 does not, not properly or in a timely manner to equip a single combustion plant, a measuring device not or not timely calibrate 10 contrary to article 18, paragraph 2, sentence 1 can be or not or not timely check can be , 11 contrary to article 18, paragraph 2, sentence 2, the calibration not or not timely repeat can be, 12 contrary to article 18, paragraph 2, sentence 3 not or not timely submit a certificate or a report, 13 contrary to § 18 paragraph 3 or paragraph 6 does not or not timely submit a measurement report set of 1 or 3 or not or kept at least five years, 14 contrary to § 18 paragraph 4 not or not timely assess compliance with a specified request can be or is a test not or not timely repeat can be 15 contrary to article 20, paragraph 1 or paragraph 2 a display not, not properly or not timely reimbursed set 1 or not worry is that the referred documents be sent 16 contrary to article 25, paragraph 1, sentence 1 or § 26 paragraph 1 sentence 1 continue operates a heating system or 17 contrary to article 25, paragraph 4, sentence 1 not or not timely monitoring of compliance with a specified request can be.
Section 6 transitional provisions article 25 transitional arrangement for firing systems for solid fuels, except single room heating system (1) existing combustion plants, except single combustion plant space, may be continued for solid fuel only, if the limits of the level 1 of § 5 paragraph 1 sentence 1 depending on the date of their establishment from the following times: date time of the limits of the stage 1 of § 5 paragraph 1 until December 31, 1994 1 January 2015 by January 1, 1995 until December 31, 2004 1. January 2019 by January 1, 2005 to March 21, 2010 January 1, 2025.
The timing of when that must comply with the limit values systems pursuant to sentence 1, is calculated no later than December 31, 2012 through the local master chimney sweep in the Firebox exhibition. If no fire show will be conducted until December 31, 2012, the determination of the timing of the establishment also in connection with other chimney sweeps work can be done.
(2) by March 22, 2010 up to in paragraph 1 sentence of 1 above times depending on the used fuel the following limit values, which are to be determined according to Appendix 2 apply for existing combustion plants for solid fuels with a rated thermal input of more than 15 kilowatts, except single combustion plant space,: fuel according to § 3 paragraph 1 nominal thermal output in kW number 1 to 3a number 4-5a dust [g/m3] dust [g/m3] CO [g/m3] > 15 ≤ 50 0.15 0.15 4 > 50 ≤ 150 0.15 0.15 2 > ≤ 150 500 0.15 0.15 1 > 500 0.15 0.15 0.5 fuel according to § 3 paragraph 1 nominal heat power in kW number 6 and 7 dust [g/m3] CO [g/m3] > 50 ≤ 100 0.15 0.8 > 100 ≤ 500 0.15 0.5 > 500 0.15 0.3 fuel according to § 3 paragraph 1 nominal heat power in kW number 8 dust [g/m3] CO [g/m3] > 15 ≤ 100 0.15 4.
By way of derogation from § 4 paragraph 2 refer to in paragraph 1 set of 1 dates specified therein the emission limits at the fuel according to § 3 paragraph 1 number 1 to 3a on a volume content of oxygen in the exhaust gas by 8 percent. When hand-loaded furnaces without buffer memory 4 to 8 are number used in article 3 paragraph 1 fuels referred to to meet the requirements for reduced combustion air supply.
(3) for solid fuels with a nominal heat output of 4 kW or more, excluding single combustion plant room, which will be built from March 22, 2010 and before January 1, 2015, the limit of the level 1 of § 5 paragraph 1 after 1 January 2015 continue to apply for combustion plants.
(4) the operator of an existing combustion plant for solid fuels, for which requirements are set in paragraph 2, has to and including 31 December 2011 and then every two years by a Schornsteinfegerin or a chimney sweep monitor compliance with the requirements. Within the framework of the monitoring pursuant to sentence 1 is adherence to the requirements under section 3, paragraph 3, to examine clause 1 article 4, paragraph 1, and article 5, paragraph 2 and 3. § 14 paragraph 3 and 5 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
(5) the operator of an existing hand-loaded furnaces for solid fuels must consult by including 31 December 2014 according to § 4 paragraph 8 by a Schornsteinfegerin or a chimney sweep.
(6) the operator of a built from March 22, 2010 or substantially modified combustion plant for solid fuels has the monitoring according to § 14 paragraph 2 on compliance with the requirements referred to in article 5, paragraph 1 for installations with a nominal heat output up to 15 kilowatt number operated 1 to 8 and 13 these fuels with the in article 3, paragraph 1, to check until six months after the announcement of a suitable measuring device within the meaning of article 13, paragraph 2. § 14 paragraph 2 remains otherwise unaffected.
(7) by way of derogation from paragraph 4, and article 15, paragraph 1 firing systems for solid fuels for the compliance with the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 and 2 and article 5 paragraph 1 with the exception of 1 are mechanically automaticturnkey furnaces for use in article 3 paragraph 1 number 1 fuel referred to 5a, 8 or no. 13 with a nominal heat output of 15 kW and 2. combustion plants for the use of in article 3 paragraph 1 number 6 or number 7 mentioned solid fuels with a Nominal heat output until six months after the announcement of a suitable measuring device within the meaning of § 13 review paragraph 2 to 50 kilowatts. Article 15, paragraph 1, sentence 2 shall remain unaffected.

Article 26 transitional arrangements for single room furnaces for solid fuels (1) single combustion plant room may be continued for solid fuels, which have been built and put into operation before 22 March 2010 only, if the following limits are not exceeded: 1 dust: 0.15 grams per cubic meter, 2. carbon monoxide: 4 grams per cubic meter.
The limits can be proof 1 by submitting a Prüfstandsmessbescheinigung of the manufacturer, or 2. a measurement under appropriate application of the provisions of annex 4 paragraph 3 by a Schornsteinfegerin or a chimney sweep.
(2) proof of compliance cannot be done until December 31, 2013, are existing single combustion plant space in relation to the date on the type plate at the following times with a device for the reduction of dust emissions to the State of the art to be retrofitted or taking out of operation: date on the type plate date of retrofit or decommission until December 31, 1974 or date not be detected 31 December 2014 1 January 1975 to 31 December 1984 31 December 2017
1 January 1985 to 31 December 1994 31 December 2020 January 1, 1995 to March 21, 2010 31 December 2024.
§ 4 paragraph 6 shall apply accordingly.
(3) paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not apply to 1 non-commercial shared cookers and ovens with a rated thermal input under 15 kilowatts, 2 fireplaces according to § 2 No. 12, 3. Basic furnaces after § 2 paragraph 13, 4. single combustion plant room single combustion plant room, credible can make in units, whose heat supply takes place exclusively through these systems, as well as 5 where the operator against the local master chimney sweep, they were manufactured or built before January 1, 1950.
(4) paragraph 2 shall not apply for fireplace inserts, fireplace inserts or similar oven inserts that are walled. These are at least up to the in paragraph 2 sentence of 1 above times downstream facilities to reduce dust emission according to the State of the art to equip with. § 4 paragraph 6 shall apply accordingly.
(5) the operator of an existing single combustion plant room has until including 31 December 2012 the date stated on the type plate of the plant of the local master chimney sweep in the Firebox exhibition notice. If no fire show is conducted up to December 31, 2012, the determination of the date can be done on the type plate, also in connection with other chimney sweeps work. Evidence sentence 2 must be submitted December 31, 2012 the local master chimney sweep referred to in paragraph 1 at the latest. The local master chimney sweep has the fire exhibition or in connection with other chimney sweeps work no later than two years before the time of retrofitting or retirement to inform the user of the device.
(6) for solid fuels, which are built from March 22, 2010 and before January 1, 2015, the limit values of the level 1 of annex 4 No. 1 after 1 January 2015 continue to apply for a single combustion plant room.
(7) the operator of an existing hand-loaded single room furnaces for solid fuels must consult by including 31 December 2014 according to § 4 paragraph 8 by a Schornsteinfegerin or a chimney sweep in connection with other chimney sweeps work.

§ Enter the authorized district chimney sweep 27 transitional arrangements for chimney sweeps work after 1 January 2013 to replace the local master chimney sweep from 1 January 2013 according to § 48, sentence 1 of the chimney sweep craft Act.
Section 7 final provisions article 28 entry into force, expiry this regulation enters into force on March 22, 2010. At the same time the regulation on small and medium-sized combustion plants, as amended by the notice of the. 14 March 1997 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 490), most recently by article 4 of the Decree of August 14, 2003 (BGBl I 1614) is been changed except for power.

Concluding formula the Federal Council has approved.

Appendix 1 (to § 12) measurement aperture (site: BGBl. I, 2010, 50) 1.
The measurement opening is basically attaching in the connection between the heater and the chimney behind the last heat exchanger. Is the heating system in conjunction with a waste gas cleaning facility is operated, the measuring hole behind the flue gas purification system is to install. The sampling point must always be fitted behind the exhaust outlet of the heat exchanger or the flue gas purification system at a distance, which roughly corresponds to the double diameter of the connection piece.
2. a measuring opening elsewhere as for number 1 is allowed, if reproducible flow conditions prevail and are no larger heat losses in the inlet pipe after number 1 3.
The measuring opening no dust or soot deposits may be present, which can significantly affect the measurements.

Annex 2 (requirements of article 5, paragraph 1, articles 7, 8, 10, 14 paragraph 4, article 15 paragraph 5, § 25 paragraph 2) measurements in operation (site: BGBl. I 2010, 51-53) 1 General requirements is measurement of the moisture content moisture content determinations with instruments that measure the electrical conductivity to carry. Other equivalent test methods for the determination of the moisture content can be applied.
The measurements are measurement of exhaust gas parameters 1.1 perform the measurement opening in the core of the exhaust gas flow. A combustion plant is equipped with several measuring holes, the measurements at each sampling point must be carried.
1.2 before the measurements, check the functioning of the measuring equipment is. The manufacturer's instructions included in the operating instructions must be observed.
1.3. the measurements are in the undisturbed continuous state of the combustion plants at nominal heat output, as a substitute at the highest adjustable heat output, to carry out, that the results are representative and comparable comparable combustion plants and operating conditions.
1.4 to assess the operating condition are to measure the pressure difference between the emission and ambient air, and the temperature of the exhaust gas. The result of the temperature referred to in point 3.4.1 can be used. The temperature of the heat-carrying medium displayed by the operating instruments in the or is behind the heat generator to capture. For combustion plants with multi-step or continuously controlled burners is adjusted when measuring performance to capture.
1.5 the measuring program is always complete. It should not be terminated, if fail a single measurement.
2. measurements of firing systems for solid fuels 2.1 to comply with the requirements referred to in point 1.3 are measurements at a boiler temperature of at least 60 degrees Celsius. When hand-loaded combustion plants will start in addition with the measurements five minutes after the largest known amount of fuel on an Ember sufficient for inflammation was abandoned by the manufacturer in the owner's manual.
2.2 the emissions are respectively at the same time to determine the oxygen content of the exhaust as a quarter of an hour average. The emissions shall be determined with a suitability-tested measuring device. The measured emissions are the relationship of EB = 21 - O2B xEM 21 - O2 on the reference oxygen content to convert. It mean: EB = emissions, referred to the reference oxygen content EM = measured emissions O2B = reference oxygen content in % O2 by volume = volume content of oxygen in the dry exhaust gas.
2.3. the result of the measurements is to determine more than the numeric value of the specified emission limit value after conversion to the standard condition and the reference oxygen content of the exhaust with a decimal point. It is referred to in point 4.5.1 of DIN 1333 round February 1992, issue. The emission limit value is respected, if the measured value minus the uncertainty of measurement does not exceed it.
2.4 measurements in the partial load range according to § 25 paragraph 2 is to proceed as follows: 2.4.1 for combustion plants without the combustion air fan is to be measured in the first five minutes when open, and in the remaining ten minutes with closed combustion air damper.
2.4.2 for combustion plants with unregulated combustion air fan (on/off control) is to measure five minutes running and ten minutes is switched off fan.
2.4.3 for combustion plants using controlled combustion air fan (speed control, level control, air flow control by means of throttle plate, Panel or tap, etc.) is to measure for 15 minutes with reduced air intake.
3. measurements of oil and gas firing system 3.1 for the fulfilment of the requirements referred to in point 1.3 should begin at the earliest two minutes at the earliest two minutes after setting the rated heat output with the measurements in oil firing system with atomization burner and for gas furnaces after the burner is switched on and during oil firing system with evaporation burners. For warm water heating systems, the boiler water temperature at the beginning of the measurements should be at least 60 degrees Celsius. This does not apply for warm water heating systems, whose Kessel intended to operate at temperatures below 60 degrees Celsius (condensing boilers, low-temperature boilers with sliding control).
3.2. the determination of the soot number is according to the procedure of DIN 51402 visually implement part 1, October 1986, issue. There are three individual measurements to make. A further single measurement is each perform when acting filter paper formation of condensation was noticeably wet or has an uneven level of darkness. Of the measurements is the arithmetic mean to form. The result rounded to the nearest integer is equivalent to this regulation if the soot number set is not exceeded.
3.3 check the exhaust for the presence of oil derivatives shall be based on the filter papers driven at the determination of the soot number. The pressurized filter papers are to look at each first with the naked eye on oil derivatives. Is it a discoloration found is the filter for the determination of the soot number to discard. A clear decision is not possible, a flow medium test run after the determination of the soot number according to DIN 51402 part 2, Edition March 1979. The requirements of this regulation are fulfilled, if there are any of the three filter samples of oil derivatives.
The oxygen content of the exhaust gas and the temperature of the flue gases are more or less continuously as to determine average over a period of 30 seconds each at the same time in the same point 3.4 determination of the exhaust gas loss 3.4.1. The combustion air temperature is measured close to the inlet of the heat generator, for ambient air-independent combustion plants at a suitable place in the intake duct.
The exhaust gas loss from the mean values of the quasi continuous measurement of exhaust gas temperature and oxygen content, as well as from the measured values for oxygen content and temperature of combustion air according to the following formula calculated: qA (tA - tL) • = (A + B) 21 - O2, A it mean: qA = exhaust gas loss % tA = flue gas temperature in degrees Celsius tL = combustion air temperature in degrees Celsius O2, volume content of oxygen in the dry exhaust gas percentage A = heating oil EL , natural vegetable oils, vegetable oil methyl ester gas coke oven gas public gas supply liquefied petroleum gas and liquefied petroleum gas-air mixtures A = 0.68 0.66 of 0.60 0.63 B = 0.007 0.009 0.011 0.008.
Point 2.3 shall apply mutatis mutandis 3.4.2.
4. content of the certificate of the monitoring measurements on firing systems for liquid and gaseous fuels the certificate according to § 14 paragraph 4 or § 15 paragraph 5 must contain at least the following information: General information name and address of Schornsteinfegerin or the chimney sweep of the district chimney sweep master name and address of the owner installation site of the legal basis of the review system heat exchanger: manufacturer, type, year of construction, power range and power burner : Manufacturer, type, year of construction, capacity and performance measurement set a kind of burner (with blower, no blower, evaporation burners) fuel (name and number according to § 3 paragraph 1) Type of plant (such as central heating, individual heating system room, heating with hot water production, domestic hot water production) measurement result heat carrier temperature combustion air temperature the temperature of the exhaust gas oxygen content in the exhaust gas pressure difference of determined exhaust gas loss, indicating the uncertainty of measurement in systems with liquid fuels: soot number of all individual measurements and average of the number of Ruß in plants using liquid fuels : Outcome of the screening on oil derivatives
For the system relevant limits of this regulation other monitoring activities information on the review of the requirements for article 6, paragraph 2 and 3 (manufacturer certification) 5 content of the certificate of the monitoring measurements on firing systems for solid fuels which certificate must according to § 14 paragraph 4 or § 15 paragraph 5 contain at least the following information: General information name and address of Schornsteinfegerin or the chimney sweep of the district chimney sweep master name and address of the owner installation location of the complex legal basis of checking and measuring fireplace : Manufacturer, type, year of construction, power range and nominal power, fireplace design, type of fuel (name and number according to § 3 paragraph 1) Type of plant (such as central heating, individual heating system room, heating with hot water production, domestic hot water production) measurement result heat carrier temperature the temperature of the exhaust gas oxygen content in the exhaust gas pressure difference of determined dust content in the exhaust gas, specifying the measurement uncertainty of determined carbon monoxide content of the exhaust, indicating the uncertainty of measurement for the system relevant limits of this regulation other monitoring activities of identified moisture content in article 3 paragraph 1 number 4 , fuels referred to 5 and 6 to 8 information reviewing the requirements pursuant to § 4 paragraph 1 only at start-up information establishing a consulting according to § 4 paragraph 8 information on the review of the requirements of section 4, paragraph 3 and 6, article 6, paragraph 1 (manufacturer certificates) Appendix 3 (to section 2 number 11, § 6) determination of the degree of use and the nitrogen oxide content under test conditions (site : BGBl. I, 2010, 54) 1. determination of the degree of use 1.1 of the utilization ratio is accordance with the DIN EN 303-5, June 1999, Edition to determine.
1.2. the determination of the degree of use can be made for the type of the boiler on a test rig or for individual boiler with a combustion plant already built. Is determined on an already built furnaces, are the rules applicable to the testing on the bench to apply mutatis mutandis.
1.3 the uncertainty of the method of determination must not exceed 3 per cent of the calculated value in use degrees. The requirements for the degree of use is considered to have been observed if values plus the uncertainty does not fall below the limits set pursuant to sentence 1.
2. determination of the nitrogen oxide content 2.1 the emissions test is for the type of burner according to DIN EN 267, November 1999, Edition or to perform under their proper application of the test blast. The type of the boiler with a proven burner to be selected by the manufacturer, as well as the boiler burner units (units) are on a test bench, by analogy with using this standard to check.
2.2 the tests can be made according to point 2.1 for individual burners or burner-boiler combinations to already built furnaces in accordance with DIN EN 267, November 1999, Edition.
2.3 for the calibration of the measuring instruments certified calibration gases should be used. Gas burners and gas burner-boiler combinations can be used as the test gas G20 (methane).
(2.4 the the nitrogen oxide content of the exhaust gas requirements EN 267, November 1999 Edition, a complied, if taking into account the tolerances according to DIN) single-stage burners values obtained in the test points of the field of the limits set not exceed, b) for boilers and boiler-burner units according to DIN EN 303-5, June 1999 Edition, as well as with multi-stage or modulating burners, determined in accordance with this standard, the standard emission factor EN does not exceed the limits set.

Appendix 4 (to section 3 paragraph 5 number 2, section 4, paragraph 3, 5 and 7, § 26 paragraph 1 sentence 2 number 2, paragraph 6) requirements for type testing (site: BGBl. I 2010, 55-56) 1 emission limits and minimum efficiency levels for single room furnaces for solid fuels (requirements for the type test) level 1: construction from March 22, 2010 level 2: construction after 31 December 2014 construction from March 22, 2010 dust fire site type technical rules CO [g/m3] [g/m3] CO [g/m3]
Dust [g/m3] minimum efficiency [%] space heaters with flat combustion DIN EN 13240 (October 2005 issue) burning 2.0 0.075 1.25 0.04 73 space heaters with filling firing DIN EN 13240 (October 2005 issue) slow burning 2.5 0.075 1.25 0.04 70 memory single fireplaces DIN EN 15250/A1 (June 2007 Edition) 2.0 0.075 1.25 0.04 75 fireplaces (closed operation) DIN EN 13229 (October 2005 issue) 2.0 0.075 1.25 0.04 75 stove inserts with flat combustion DIN EN 13229/A1 (Edition October 2005) 2.0 0.075 1.25 0.04 80 fireplace inserts with Fill combustion DIN EN 13229/A1 (Edition October 2005) 2.5 0.075 1.25 0.04 80 herd DIN EN 12815 (September 2005 issue) 3.0 0.075 1.50 0.04 70 heating stoves DIN EN 12815 (September 2005 issue) 3.5 0.075 1.50 0.04 75 Pellet stoves without water bag DIN EN 14785 (September 2006 issue) 0.40 0.05 0.25 0.03 85 Pellet stoves with water bag DIN EN 14785 (September 2006 issue) 0.40 0.03 0.25 0.02 90.
Other single combustion plant room for heating, which are allocated to not a fireplace type listed in the table or technical rules, must meet the requirements of the space heater with flat combustion (DIN EN 13240, Edition October 2005) comply.
Other single combustion plant room for cooking and baking and cooking, baking and heating, which are allocated among not a fireplace type listed in the table or technical rules, must meet the requirements for flock (DIN EN 12815, September 2005 issue) respect.
Type tests can be performed only by the notified bodies, the inspections according to the standards according to the Directive 89/106/EEC of 21 December 1988 on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to construction products (OJ L 40 of the 11.2.1989, p.12), most recently by Regulation (EC) No. 1882/2003 (OJ OJ L 284 of 31.10.2003, p. 1) is changed, may perform.
2. limit values for installations with the number 8 and 13 referred to in article 3, paragraph 1 fuels (requirements for the type test) dioxins and furans: 0.1 ng/m3 nitrogen oxides: plants that are built from March 22, 2010: 0.6 g / m3 systems which will be established after 31 December 2014: 0,5 g / m3 carbon monoxide: 0.25 g / m3.
3. measurements and efficiency: 3.1 carbon monoxide determination of carbon monoxide emissions takes place at nominal heat output as an average over the burning period according to appropriate standards. Plants for fuels according to § 3 paragraph 1, number 8 is parallel to the measurement of nitrogen oxide emissions the measurement of carbon monoxide emissions.
3.2 dust the determination of dust like emissions takes place at nominal heat output as half hourly average values (measuring start three minutes after kindling) according to VDI 2066 part 1, Edition November 2006, or after the certification program of DINplus in accordance with VDI 2066 part 1, November 2006 issue. Other techniques can be applied as well for equivalence.
3.3 efficiency the efficiency of determined at nominal heat output on exhaust gas loss and fuel rate according to appropriate standards.
3.4 nitrogen oxides are determined according to DIN EN 14792, April 2006 issue. The minimum is one half hour at nominal heat output; There are at least three terms for each type of fuel carried.
3.5 dioxins and furans the discovery EN according to DIN 1948, June 2006 issue. The minimum is six hours at nominal heat output; There are at least three terms for each type of fuel carried.